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He pārongo atu anōEvans Family Collection: Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb

A photographic series prepared by the Prime Minister’s Department in 1947 to attract British migrants. The Evans family of 5 Mansford Place, Palmerston North were selected to show the living conditions of a typical New Zealand family. Jack and Betty Evans, at the corner of Mansford Place and Savage Crescent approach their home. The Savage Crescent state housing area was designed on the principles of the garden suburb. The low nib walls marking the street frontages combined with trees planted on the verges were intended to create the appearance of a large community garden. After seventy years parts of the inner streets retain this aspect. the photograph was taken from 5 Mansford Place. Across the road (at right) can be seen the home of Jack Semple (son of Bob Semple) and the home of the Hollis family at a later date(at left).

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2010N_A175-67-1_004197
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Evans Family Collection: Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
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A175/67/1
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Research File

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Tony Evans Collection: Talking to residents of Savage Crescent, for Ediface television programme
Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Evans family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Crew and residents of Savage Crescent gathered for filming of Ediface television programme
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans collecting the Family Benefit
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans vacuuming the living room, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Betty Evans at the letterbox, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Emma Catherine Evans and friends, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans Family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans in the kitchen, 5 Mansford Place
Tony Evans Collection: Jack, Betty and Aaron Evans and Rita Collins, 5 Mansford Place

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
1947

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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Tony Evans Collection: Talking to residents of Savage Crescent, for Ediface television programme
Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Evans family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Crew and residents of Savage Crescent gathered for filming of Ediface television programme
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans collecting the Family Benefit
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans vacuuming the living room, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Betty Evans at the letterbox, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Emma Catherine Evans and friends, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans Family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans in the kitchen, 5 Mansford Place
Tony Evans Collection: Jack, Betty and Aaron Evans and Rita Collins, 5 Mansford Place

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